Access: UCI- Authorized Affiliates
The UCI Libraries and The New York Times entered a partnership which provides sponsored NYTimes.com accounts. Accounts do not include e-reader editions, Times Insider content, or digital versions of the New York Times Crossword.
How do current UCI affiliates (i.e. students, faculty, and staff with an active UCInetID and password) activate their complimentary accounts?
How do current UCI affiliates renew their account?
Computer Website Renewal:
Mobile App Renewal:
Can current UCI affiliates who already have personal subscriptions cancel their membership?
If you currently have a personal paid subscription to the New York Times and are having difficulty creating a UCI account, please contact the New York Time's Customer Service directly. Personal subscriptions: 1-800-698-4637 * Academic subscriptions: 1-800-753-7795
What can I access?- Public
Access is generally available to all users. Registration or account creation might be required to access.For commercial websites, the UCI Libraries do not offer premium memberships or subscriptions.
Access is available to all users ON the UCI campus and at GML.
OFF campus access requires Authorized Affiliates to log into the VPN with their active UCInetID and password. Authorized Affiliates are users with an active UCInetID and password, i.e. current UCI students, faculty, and staff.
Access requires an active UCInetID and password.
Authorized Affiliates are users with an active UCInetID and password, i.e. current UCI students, faculty, and staff.
These resources are not licensed by the UCI Libraries, but librarians occasionally promote them when they are relevant for certain types of research.Access is available only for Authorized Affiliates, who are also affiliated with the Paul Merage School of Business.
The resources are limited to select UCI populations, based on the user’s status, e.g. current UCI Faculty or PhD students. Please refer to the UCI Libraries for access instructions.Examples for why content may be limited include: a vendor set restrictions on who may access their information; alternatively, information may be sensitive, identifying, or embargoed;
Am I on the UCI network?
Am I responsibly using